Perceptions of Pop Culture in Japan & South Korea


It’s been a while since I’ve gotten on here to create a blog post but I’m back. 

Today, I’ll be presenting to you about the Perceptions of Pop Culture in Japan and Korea. I’ve created a Google Slides presentation so you may click on the link below to view the presentation. 
Perceptions of Pop Culture in Japan & Korea

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There are several forms of pop culture in both Japan and Korea, but in this presentation, I’ll be focusing on musical, film, and artistic aspects of both of the countries. I broke down the categories into even smaller subcategories, explaining and giving examples of the topics that I’ve chosen. Instead of combining the information of the two countries, I separated them so that the information I provide will be more clear and specific. I also tried my best to include the most accurate information as possible by researching and validating several sources online. 

It took me over 4 days to complete this presentation and even though it might not look like much, I did put a lot of effort into it. So, hopefully you enjoy the presentation and learn more about the Perceptions of Pop Culture in Japan and Korea too.

Thank you ^^

Me In a Nutshell

I wanted to exhibit a portion of myself to people so I made a (not your typical) infographic that has three layers to it. The first layer is about my talents and favorite things, the second layer is about my future goals, and the last layer is about my fears and weaknesses.

I hope you enjoy it. Thank you =)


Bummer. End of Summer🌞

“We don’t wanna go back.” – LAB Thalun team

Hey! It’s Anne again.

Recently, we just had our summer break and, I’m not gonna lie, it was one of the best summer breaks that I’ve ever had. We were working on our projects for the program called Learning Across Borders. We had to present our projects in Hanoi, Vietnam and got to also tour around the city. We all worked really hard so we didn’t really get to rest during our summer holidays, but it was worth it.

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The Scatterbrained Oddball


Wanna know about this scatterbrained oddball?

Then, keep on reading!

My name is Anne-Marie Cornelius but you can just call me Anne, I guess. I am the oddball of Thalun International School’s 9th grade who loves telling very (very) lame jokes, singing, writing random stuff, and writing songs. I transferred to Thalun on the 8th of January in 2018 and I’m having a great time here.

I was born in Yangon and I am a Libra.  I have two younger brothers, which makes me the eldest among the siblings. My goals are to travel, explore, challenge myself, and experience new things.

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